Valle d’Aosta is a land that offers uncontaminated natural spectaclesand traces of history that comes alive and present in its castles and medieval fortresses. A land where art, culture, nature and wellness coexist to give you the best mountain holiday you can dream of, both in summer and winter.
Valdigne is a corner of paradise for those who love nature: snow-capped peaks and dense forests, pastures where you can take relaxing walks and hikes. Crossed by the waters of the Dora Baltea, the territory offers enchanting views, various varieties of flora and fauna, the beautiful Marais Nature Reserve and the wonderful Lake Arpy of glacial origin, at 2,200 metres.
Sports enthusiasts will find a wide choice of activities to satisfy their desire for adrenaline: rafting, kayaking, mountain biking and high-altitude trekking in summer, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and hiking in the snow in winter on the nearby peaks of Mont Blanc or the Matterhorn. In addition, in Morgex you can play football, rugby, tennis and bocce in the municipal sports centre.
The territory is rich in attractions that will satisfy those who love history and culture, starting from the Tour de l’Archet in the castle of Morgex, the oldest tower in Valle d’Aosta which also houses the Bibliomuseo del Fumetto (comic museum), and the church of S. Maria Assunta with its museum of sacred art.. For those travelling with children, we recommend a walk in the Morgex Reading Park, a large green area where you can learn, play and participate in activities designed for the whole family.
If your idea of a mountain holiday is full of well-being, the nearby Terme di Pré-Saint Didier, just a 10-minute drive away, is ideal for a relaxing day among thermal water pools, SPAs and beauty treatments. Nestled at the foot of Mont Blanc, these thermal baths offer an enchanting view of the surrounding landscape.
If you want to discover the nearby towns, you should certainly not miss a visit to Courmayeur, the only municipality in Italy to border France and Switzerland, famous for its ski resorts, and Aosta, the regional capital not far from the beauties of the Gran Paradiso National Park and rich in legacies of its Roman past.